5/5/2020 Update: Effective immediately, and alignment with CDC recommendations, we will now require everyone visiting our offices to wear a mask or cloth face covering except children younger than 2 and anyone who has trouble breathing or cannot remove their mask without assistance.
During the COVID-19 Nationwide Public Health Emergency and in keeping with CDC guidelines to limit exposure, we are restricting entry to all our buildings. Some restrictions have been changed, so please read carefully.
- All patients are permitted no more than one person to accompany them but the visitor will be encouraged to remain in the waiting room during the actual office visit to adhere to social distancing.
- For a patient with cognitive, physical or mental disability requiring help with the provision of medical care or activities of daily living, speaking for the patient or patients having an outpatient test or procedure where a companion is required for support will be permitted one person to remain with them.
- If waiting rooms become over crowded visitors may be ask to return to their car until the office is ready to see patient.
- People who must exercise power of attorney or court-appointed guardianship for a patient.
- People performing official governmental functions.
- Please note that OBGYN will not be allowing children in their department at this time.
We ask anyone with plans to enter our facilities take these steps prior to entry if they are feeling sick. All patients and visitors will be screened upon entry of the building. If you can come alone, we encourage you to do so.
In addition, we ask that all our patients do their part in helping stop the spread of this illness by wearing a mask in public, practicing good hand hygiene and cough etiquette, practicing social distancing and by disinfecting surfaces.
For more information to Longstreet Clinic’s response to COVID-19 click here.